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    Roadside Attractions to Release Sci-Fi Thriller 'Branded'

    Roadside Attractions has acquired North American distribution to Jamie Bradshaw & Alexander Doulerain's sci-fi thriller "Branded." The film, which stars Ed Stoppard and Leelee Sobieski, depicts a future society in which corporate brands have created a conspiracy to keep the public...

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    Roadside Acquires 'Blue Like Jazz' Before SXSW Premiere

    Roadside Attractions has acquired U.S. rights to "Blue Like Jazz," prior to its world premiere in the Narrative Spotlight section at the upcoming 2012 South-by-Southwest Film Festival. The film, directed by Steve Taylor ("The Second Chance") and based on the hit semi-autobiograph...

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    Watch: Trailer For SXSW Pic 'Blue Like Jazz' Picked Up By Roadside Attractions

    After going up the mountains at Sundance, and crossing the Atlantic for Berlin, buyers will be adding to their frequent flyer miles again soon as they head to Austin for SXSW, but some deals are already being inked.

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    Roadside Goes for Sexy Drama '30 Beats' Starring Paz de la Huerta

    Roadside Attractions has acquired U.S. and Latin American rights to the sexy drama, "30 Beats," starring Paz de la Huerta ("Enter the Void") and Lee Pace ("The Fall"). The film, directed, written and produced by Alexis Lloyd, concerns a group of New Yorkers whose lives ...

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    Roadside Attractions and SPWA Will Release David Mackenzie's 'Tonight You're Mine'

    Roadside Attractions and Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions’ Stage 6 Films will release David Mackenzie's "Tonight You're Mine" in theaters May 11. SPWA originally acquired the film under the title "You Instead" after its world premiere at the 2011 Glasgow Fi...

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    Sundance: Buzz Films 'Arbitrage,' 'Liberal Arts,' 'Robot & Frank' & 'V/H/S' All Find Distribution

    As ever, Park City is quieting down again, with many journalists heading home after a week of Sundance madness. We've still got plenty of coverage to come, don't get us wrong, but as is so often the case with festivals, things tend to be a little front-loaded. Except, that is, on the busines...

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    Distributors Bring the Drama at the New York Film Critics Dinner

    Last night as the New York Film Critics doled out their prizes at their annual awards gala -- now in its 77th year -- the mood was predictably relaxed onstage (the winners were announced last month). The vibe in the audience was another matter. The word from the rumor mill goes something like t...

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    How Glenn Close's Cross-Dressing Performance In "Albert Nobbs" Makes the Movie

    "Albert Nobbs" was a longtime passion project for Glenn Close, and it's easy to see why. Adapting George Moore's 1927 short story "The Singular Life of Albert Nobbs," about a Victorian-era Dublin woman who spends decades disguised as a man to find work, Close--co-producer...

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    Legends of the Fall: How "The Way" and "Margin Call" Bucked the Indie Box Office Blues

    As was the case for its Hollywood counterpart, it was not a great fall at the indie box office.

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    'Albert Nobbs' With Glenn Close Set For Fall Awards Season Release

    Liddell Entertainment & Roadside Attractions Snag U.S. RightsSummer hasn't even started to wind down yet, and blockbusters are already getting looked over in favor of Oscar predictions and upcoming fall festivals. It seems like every other day this year's Oscar race is picking up with the "War Horse" trailer hitting last week and The Weinstein Company already staking out their fall dates. Though it's small news, it looks to be big for the Best Actress category as earlier today it was announced that "Albert Nobbs," starring Glenn Close was picked up for distribution by Liddell Entertainment and Roadside Attractions with a fall awards season re...

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